#1 “Foundation” – Martial Ropes inserts combined with the blade using the 12 Angles of Attack in a 24 round workout.
#2 “Sneaky Pete” – 10 rounds of Martial Ropes alternated with a systematic approach to developing blade feints on all 12 Angles.
#3 “Knifecraft” – 36 minutes of defensive knife-work alternated with Martial Ropes.
#4 “Hock Combo” – other tools become involved in conjunction with the blade; use your style’s strikes, kicks, blocks, & grabs to increase your versatility.
#5 “Cinco Teros” – the Five Strikes expressed in 10 rounds, solely using the Martial Ropes.
#6 “ Stinger” – an 8 minute warm-up that builds reps with the Comtech Stinger alternated with the Ropes.
#7 “Hellbows” – an elbow specificity drill for 10 rounds, and of course, the Ropes.
#8 “Grappler” – perfect for the Jiu Jitsu or Judo player, using the Sandbag as a conditioning tool in conjunction with the ropes. 10 minutes or for as long as you can last.
#9 “Bodyweight” – Simple. But not easy. Pushups, Squats, Mountain Climbers, Squat Jumps, Split Squats. Oh, and the Ropes. 5 minute rounds, wash, rinse, repeat.
#10 “Kettlebell Warrior” – more than 20 minutes of madness – Swing, Snatch, Clean & Press, Complexes -- combined with the Martial Ropes inserts will test your mental toughness and take your physical conditioning thru the roof.
BONUS ACTION - Fighting Ropes
A “Fighting Ropes” progression inspired by John Brookfield. How to use the ropes as a sparring partner when you’re all by your lonesome, but want to work on something that’s “alive” and interactive. Done in a Ladder or Pyramid format, this one will really toast your muffins.